To Kill a Mockingbird

What do the children gradually conclude the "backround" is

A. How much money a family has

B. how long a family has owned land and been literate

C. How important the father is in the community

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I'm not sure where you are referring to in the book. As they loose their innocence they begin to realize money is very important to people but this isn't the case throughout the novel.

B is my best bet Ellie